Memory Lane


  • Mobile App
  • Storyboard
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  • Designed on an iPhone X screen,
    2436 x 1125 px,
    458 ppi
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Project duration: april–may 2021

A collaboration with Brandon Huynh and Tanya Shrivastava.

Memory Lane is a mobile app centered around connection that allows you to unlock close by memories with "keys", in addition to leaving your own keys for anyone to find. Think geo-caching, but with memories. This encourages healthy habits including outdoor activity, self-reflection, self-expression, and communication.

This project was a "Start-Up Battle" between different groups in our class; Each group presented their idea to a panel of Nvidia "sharks" who picked us as the winner, thanks to our clear and upfront presentation, and distinct look and feel.

Low-Fidelity Storyboards

Thorough interviews, discussions, concept peer review, and revisions led to an in-depth storyline of a typical user; All storyboards were drawn by me.

Low-Fidelity Wireframes

After establishing a clear user story, we created low-fidelity wireframes of the story's specific flow—in this case, checking the map and selecting a key. When we first started making our screens, issues of clarity and ease of flow came up and were resolved.

High-Fidelity Screens

Applying brand identity and further refinements after user testing led to a nostalgic, connecting experience. These specific flows involve selecting a key on the map home page, finding the key, leaving a comment, and viewing all social activity on that key. We also made the flow for when the user wants to leave a key themselves, including writing a preview, selecting media, and placing their key—thus their memory—on the map.

High-fidelity storyboard, stylized by Brandon Huynh.
This story emphasizes the app's goal of allowing one to reflect and create meaningful connections.

High-fidelity screens flowchart, showing the flows of onboarding, unlocking a key, leaving a comment, leaving a key, and viewing your profile.

High-fidelity screens phone mockup.

Memory Lane video walkthrough, from onboarding to finding a key and leaving a key of your own.